If that's what you're referring to it means nothing. It was only a 3-day difference which isn't uncommon at all. Birth records aren't generated the same day a child is born. Hell, my birth certificate wasn't even signed the same day I was born either. But here again is conspiracy therorist at their best...always searching for that next issue to discredit the evidence placed right before them.
Next thing you know someone will complain that the Certification of Live Birth and the Certificate of Live Birth weren't printed from the same card stock. Or that they used a different printer to print the damned thing on. Or it's not the same ink. Or the certifier's signature on both documents is a stamp which "stamp signatures" ARE legal representations of the real signature used in every public office across this country! We use them where I work EVERY-DAY!!! (Just thought I bring this up because it was something The Donald talked about which struck me as strange considering he's a businessman and, as such, he should know that using a stamped signature of an signature official is legal in every state in the union!!)
I have a request for those who are technically savy: If anyone could post a side-by-side image of both the short- and long-form documents here to review, I'm sure everyone would greatly appreciate it. I've pulled both documents - one from CNN and the other from FactCheck - and did a split-screen of them checking the address, dates, etc., I found that everything matches. The date the COLB was registered (Aug 8, 1961) is the exact same date shown on the birth certificate. Except for the "19" missing from the birth year ("1961") and the last part of the registration number not leading off with a "0", the registration number matches: Certificate of Live Birth (151-61-10641); Certification of Live Birth: (151-1961-010641). I chaulk that up to procedure and programming; they shorten the number on the short-form, but you can still find it because the reference numbers follow the same cross-reference pattern. No big deal. Anyone with a degree of common sense would be able to figure out that "61" represents the birth year especially after looking at both documents. But people will make a big deal out of little stuff like that.
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